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Tourism suffers collateral damage from Middle East crisis

The coronavirus-stricken tourism sector has suffered collateral damage from the escalation of Middle East violence, as Cruise operator Royal Caribbean cancelled a new line scheduled to run from Israel to Cyprus from next month. The anticipated route would have been carried out by Royal Caribbean’s new ship Odyssey of the Seas and help to revive

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COVID19: Cyprus casinos reopen after six months

Cyprus Casinos reopened to customers for the first time in six months as the island unlocks from COVID-19 restrictions. Due to COVID lockdowns and restrictions, the Limassol and Paphos casinos have been closed since 12 November, while the Nicosia and

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Speed cameras back after 14 years

Fourteen years after dismantling the national traffic camera network due to technical and legal hiccups, Cyprus will be installing the first speed

Super casino will redefine Cyprus tourism

Limassol’s integrated resort casino City of Dreams, once completed next year, will mark a defining moment for Cyprus tourism, creating an all-season



French aircraft carrier tests Cyprus defences

Taking advantage of the French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle being in the Eastern Mediterranean region, Cyprus will conduct an air exercise called “TALOS 2021” on Tuesday. The military exercise, involving land


The post-pandemic economy

The Cypriot economy is no stranger to economic downturns. Less than a decade ago, it faced an almost existential threat. Two of

Get to know hidden Cyprus

The Covid pandemic has a negative impact on economic, social and health issues, but it has offered the opportunity for many to

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Cyprus Minister, MEP dive at sunken city of Amathus

Cyprus Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos, an unconventional politician known for his bikes-to-buses actions, donned his diving gear on Saturday and plunged several meters at the site of the sunken harbour of ancient Amathus, east of Limassol. Karousos has strong ties

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